The Cambodia Daily-15 August 2008
January 29, 2012 SAM RAINSY PARTY SCORES SIGNIFICANT VICTORY IN SENATORIAL ELECTIONS The Sam Rainsy Party (SRP) has achieved a notable success in senatorial elections today, Sunday January 29, with the number of SRP senators jumping from two to 11. This result is the latest in a string of electoral successes — legislative, communal, provincial [...]
PRESS CONFERENCE ON TODAY’S RESIGNATION OF THREE OPPOSITION NATIONAL ASSEMBLY MEMBERS Members of Parliament from the Sam Rainsy Party (SRP) have the pleasure to invite journalists, members of the diplomatic corps and interested observers to a Press Conference to be held today, Monday, November 21, at 11:00 am at the SRP Headquarters located at [...]
(ខ្មែរ) Le 5ème Congrès du Parti Sam Rainsy tenu à Phnom Penh le 11 septembre 2011 en présence de quelque 4.000 délégués représentant toutes les provinces du Cambodge ainsi que les communautés khmères à l’étranger, a adopté les résolutions ci-après consistant à:
(ខ្មែរ) The SRP bylaws call for the holding of an ordinary Congress every
three years. The last – and fourth – ordinary Congress having been
held in 2008, our Party Permanent Committee has recently decided to
hold the fifth ordinary Congress on Sunday, 11 September 2011.
ពិធីសម្ពោធទីស្នាក់ការកណ្តាលថ្មីរបស់គណបក្ស សម រង្ស៊ី
The Hun Sen government must resign because of its inability to effectively defend Cambodia’s territorial integrity in the face of a dangerous aggression by Thailand in the areas surrounding Preah Vihear temple and other smaller temples in the north and northwest of the country.
Sam Rainsy Party elected members of parliament joined over 3,000 workers on the 125th Anniversary Labor Day, 1 May, 2011. SRP appeals for a minimum wage of US$100 to help workers and civil servants meet the high cost of food, fuel, transportion and housing.
For Cambodia, the only appropriate and effective means of containing a foreign aggression is to call for the implementation of the 1991 Paris Agreements on Cambodia.
December 14, 2010, MP Son Chhay leads a delegate of 17 MPs, SRP members and hundred of villagers in Dar commune, Memot district, Kampong Cham province to visit border post no 109, 108 and border demarcation no 103. Many families complaint bitterly about their lands were lost due to the new border posts.